All City of Cockburn skate parks are unsupervised and usage is 'At your own risk'.
Children under 10 should be supervised by a responsible adult and safety equipment must be worn at all times
A new program called skate2clean will reward skaters who keep their skate park the cleanest with a huge skate event at the purpose-designed skate park in their neighbourhood next April.
Using the hash tags #AtwellSkate2Clean, #CoobieSkate2Clean and #SpearwoodSkate2Clean participants can post images and videos of their skate park on social media.
The Instagram post with the most likes will win a $200 skate voucher. Judging for the cleanest skate park out of Atwell, Spearwood and Coolbellup will be held between November 2016 and March 2017.
Three skate parks in Cockburn will battle for the ultimate prize.
Get some friends together and register your skate park. The City's Environmental team will make random visits to each park from October to March 2017 to rate how clean they are. The park with the best rating will win.
Get support for your park by posting vids and pics of you or your friends showing your best moves on Instagram using the hashtag for your park:
The winners will host an event with live skate demos, giveaways, prizes, music. Terms and conditions apply.
All #Skate2Clean parks will get a plaque installed to let everyone know that its been entered into the challenge.
For more information contact Steve at the Cockburn Youth Centre on:
Phone: (08) 9411 3884
Features: 5' mini ramp, fun-box with rail, spine, flat bank, 1/4 pipe with hip into mini ramp.
Features: Metal ramps with concrete transitions situated on a large concrete slab.
Features: Concrete park, large flat banks, 6' mini ramp, spine, stairs with ledge and rail, fun-box with rail, 90 degree hip into mini ramps.